The 2 options of @amoun and the reation of @urs_lesse:
Thanks! I tried, but I can’t get in my phone because of the bootloop. My SD-card is indeed internal used (I never know that this was not a good option). The ADB I have installed on PC (because of use on FP2 earlyer) but I’m affraid I haven’t the option selected: USB debugging. I can use the Fastboot (like device and reboot) option, but not the ADB call. I get no device with
After 12-15 min I get this message from Android Recovery (twice now) (after stuck in booting): Can’t load Android system. Your data may be corrupt. If you continue to get this message, you may need to perform a factory data reset and erase all user data stored on this device.
Some things I have an back-up (mail, contacts) but not all (like photo’s and message’s apps).
Is there other option / alternative to make an back-up? Or I lost now my data files?
Extra note: I have the normal Android version (pre-installed) from Fairphone. No TWRP or other…